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EIGHTY FIVE MILLION DOLLAR EMERGENCY BUDGET ANNOUNCED TO FIGHT CORONA VIRUS
The Philadelphia City Council conducted a Thursday evening briefing on an eighty-five million dollar emergency funding allocation for better tackle the corona virus crisis. The trial started at nine in the morning. And a full Housing association meeting was held ten in the morning.
Officials of the City Council approved an eighty-five million dollars Emergency fund to tackle the COVID-19 disaster in Philadelphia.
City Hall is currently inaccessible to all locals.
In an effort to straighten the slope, city health authorities are calling for a fourteen days self-isolation for anybody who has been to the New York Metropolitan region over the last two weeks.
The proposal comes after Wednesday's first death of the viral from the county was confirmed. The man was in the fifties with an ongoing health problem.
The Mayor prolonged the closing of unessential markets until the sixth of April. Philadelphia and the neighboring counties stay under a residency restriction.
Philadelphia has boasted reports of COVID- 19, that is four hundred and seventy-five people.
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SCHOOL IN PHILADELPHIA ANNOUNCED THAT YEAR MIGHT BE END
The academic year's third marking cycle, which has already begun, maybe the end of the year, Superintendent William Hite of the School District of Philadelphia said Tuesday.
"I'm hoping to end this year with an asterisk. The third grading cycle we have just ended. Two states have also decided that their academic years should conclude depending on the third marking date, for all intents and purposes, "Hite said. "I might see anything like this going on here in Pennsylvania, if it lasts any further."
Hite has revealed a program to have students in the 130,000-student school district Internet access and Chromebook computers to start graded teaching as quickly as possible, setting early April as the date when students would have computers.
The town and the four neighboring counties are under the Governor's stay-at-home policy, so mass meetings of more than 10 are technically not authorized — the Superintendent acknowledged that it will be impossible to hold activities for broad groups.
All of Philadelphia's schools were shut down on March 13 in an effort to curtail coronavirus transmission, and initially expected to reopen on March 27. But as the number of reported cases of coronavirus began to increase, Gov. Tom Wolf declared on Monday that all schools in the state will stay closed at least until April 6. State authorities are already preparing a return to work in April.
District officials are still considering providing wireless hotspots for students who have no connections to internet at home. According to a poll of 83,000 students the district conducted last year, only 41 per cent of students in grades 3 through 8 and only 51 per cent of students in grades 9 through 12 had Internet connectivity. The survey included both district and charter school students.
On Monday, the Governor Tom Wolf declared the schools will remain closed until April.
This order is issued due to corona virus which is affecting the entire globe.
On Monday afternoon conference, the Governor said that institutes will remain shut down till sixth of April. He said that this stay at home orders will be continue in future, until any change in directive announced.
As corona virus is spreading speedily, so Governor warned the citizen to remain at the home and don’t come into street unnecessary because someone’s life depend upon it. Only come out if it is necessary or you need medical help, he concluded. ‘This emergency is soon extended to 67 countries and we are trying our best to take approaches to fight this pandemic. We need to take care so this won’t spread among the rest of us.’
165 new cases are reported by the health official, on Monday 6 people have died due to this lethal infection.
Stay at home orders are escalated on Sunday after Mayor announced it.
The citizens are allowed to leave houses only in emergency and all other unessential business is closed down.
A OFFICER IN PHILADELPHIA TEST POSITIVE FOR COVID-19
A Middle town territorial division law officer has positive for the corona-virus, policeman Joseph Bartorilla Affirmed in an e-mail early Saturday. “He is doing well for presently and is resting and recuperating in separation at home, and is taking after the district health care department’s directions,” Bartorilla said. The officer’s screen result was gotten by the Bucks Province police division late weekday. It’s the second noted case of a law-enforcement officer testing positive for the infection within the five-county locale of Philadelphia and its southeast Pennsylvania rural areas. Final week, an officer in Lower Provision territorial division, Montgomery District, test positive for the virus. “It’s obscure at this time how he was infected. We separated the officers and civilian workers who have contact with the officer if they show any indications of the ailment, and we are guaranteeing that they self-quarantine per the instruction of the native tending department,” Bartorilla said. These officers can be screen-tested and ought to have a negative result and clearance from either Dr. [David] Damsker or Dr. [Gerald] Wydro before being permitted to go back to work. This will guarantee that we limit the relaxation of the department’s chance for disease additionally that we don’t risk spreading it past our department,” the police leader said. “The district well-being office has been knowledgeable by all of us who had later coordinate touch with this officer. We are taking after the district well-being department’s lead in this and are working carefully with them in this matter,” Bartorilla said.
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he Threat of Corona Silenced one of the Nation’s Busiest Airports: The Philadelphia Safety Concern
The pandemic, Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been a disaster for the airline sector at a global stage. The stress was rightly observed at one of the busiest airports of the nation at Philadelphia. There was a wave of silence in comparison to the normal crowd observed there. Only the ones who have pre-determined motives to fly were taking the chance with precautions. The schools have closed down and have been shifted online and thereby, all concerned about what could happen next were taking flights back home. Some were to stay with their granddaughter or their families while some had the attraction of the reduced flight prices. Everyone at the airport was cleansed with Lysol before traveling but the biggest risk was of the TSA Employees who didn’t have the masks to protect themselves. While everyone boarding the flight (including passengers) were the ones wearing masks, the shipment for the TSA officers was delayed. They were vulnerable to the contact of the passengers and even suggested shutting down the flights. But the spokesperson informed because of overlapping regulatory jurisdictions, there is no simple answer whether the flights would be shut or will continue to haunt the safety of the employees.
Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Rainbow Welcomes Newborn Baby
In the time of stagflation and pandemic around the globe. A marvel happened where a winsome rainbow with a grace of God welcomed a newborn. In a situation like this it’s already strenuous to think of delivering a baby. The situation reformed itself in the case of jenn and Brad Schleyer, a couple from Hatfield in the Einstein Montgomery in East Norriton. Jenn had her water bursting in the time of pandemic. It became the last choice of the couple to visit a hospital as it will be equal to kissing the death. The family took the chance, with the help of hospital doctors and staff the bottle turned on their side. The couple wasn’t allowed to have any visitors in the NBC10 hospital. Jenn gave birth to a healthy handsome champ whom they named boy Jackson Tate Schleyer. On the same day Brad spotted a mind attracting rainbow from the window and made everybody adore it. Jenn receives a greeting from her mother and listens to her elder boy Brody talking about the glimpse of the beautiful rainbow. Jenn cherished the day by saying “ Everything went so beautifully “.
To Clean Ambulances Amid Coronavirus Fight, First Responders Use Spray Guns
In a brilliant piece of resourcefulness, in these trying times, the Montgomery County First Responders are using spray guns to keep themselves safe and clean ambulances. Justin McNabb, a Narberth Ambulance Infection Control Officer, said, "The idea was suggested by one of their employees to go to Home Depot or Lowes and get paint sprayers."
There are as of Tuesday 159 Covid-19 cases. This method of using spray guns will spare the workers from answering too many medical questions as they have to tend to many patients. “We cannot rush through this. We have to make sure that we’re protected in the right way," said McNabb. McNabb has asked people not to panic and follow recommendations from the CDC, from your primary care physicians. "We’re all in this together," he said. If you have symptoms of coronavirus, then call your doctor and only in emergency cases should you contact 911.
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PHOENIX BUSIEST AIRPORT DESERTED TO CRISIS
Last March, a video taken inside Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport reveals people waiting on a crowded day in a queue. Another video reveals the airport practically deserted on what this week would have been been a busy afternoon.
The effect that corona virus has had on airline traffic was addressed at Wednesday's Phoenix City Council meeting. The City's head of aviation programs, James Bennett, gave a talk to representatives of the council.
Bennett claims the COVID-19 pandemic would be the most serious shock for the aviation industry and Sky Harbor relative to other big incidents like 9/11 and the Financial crisis.
Everywhere, he notes, the effect on the business can be felt and it's happening soon.
"Even though Sky Harbor looks like this today, Sky Harbor was the third crowded airport in the United States yesterday," Bennett added. "So, in a very limited time, our company has fallen to a near standstill."
Also, a representative confirms the airline is trying to see if there's something the official can do for private-sector employees.
Relaxation of rules on Alcohol by the Governor Gives a Sigh of relief to Colorado Restaurants
In the wake of the pandemic novel Covid-19, fear is looming up all around. The sales and earning of restaurants and bars serving alcohol is receiving a heavy blow. The Governor Jared Pollis’s decision to grant alcohol sale for takeout and delivery services was overwhelming for all the shops and restaurant owners.
In a bid to mitigate the spread of the Corona virus, Pollis declared that all dine in services will be hauled for at least 30 days. This had put the businesses and shops under duress forcing them to cut short their staff members. The owner of Rose’s Bella Cucina in Castle Rock opines that she had been facing constant economical losses week after week. There has been a constant debacle in the revenue generated.
Unfortunately, the Castle Rock has been wearing a deserted look ever since the Corona scare. The empty chairs and tables make one wonder about the time when the restaurant was flooded with people. Reynolds has been trying very hard to make the two ends meet while there are times when she is unable to clear even her bills. She can neither pay the second half of her rent nor the taxes on her restaurant.
Ever since Reynolds heard about the alcohol relaxation scheme of the Governor, she took to Facebook. She updated her page with a new offer giving a 20% discount on Alcohol bottles on Friday nights. She wistfully claims that this would help her in gathering more customers and hence rock the show! The owner of Cranelli’s Italian Restaurant, Lucinda Crane is leading the same path as Reynolds.
Crane avers that there was a steep 40% downfall in the number of customers on Sunday, causing her to reduce some staff members. She also adds that by offering discounts on gift cards and wine, the numbers are gradually increasing. The Governor’s decision is receiving heaps of accolades from everyone. Its CEO, Sonia Riggs also elaborated the benefits this relaxation is offering when it comes to increasing the revenue and workforce in this industry.
Crane further said that restaurants should regularly receive help from the government to help in their smooth functioning. She is bolstering the spirits and pride of her staff and co-workers, helping them to sail through this harsh time. Although the fear mounts up about the uncertainty of what future beholds, she holds a firm belief that this time will also soon pass away!
Police chase: DUI suspect taken into custody
A driver was suspected of driving under the influence and reckless driving. The vehicle was seen weaving in and out of traffic on surface streets crossing the red light.
Authorities chased him. The chase started just before 3 p.m. in a minivan. The suspect fled for more than hour, even after the three tires of Honda Odyssey's, he was driving were shredded. At one point, two tires fell off completely and he was driving on the 105 freeway on two metal rims and one flat tire.
At this point, authorities backed off the chase and went into tracking mode to monitor the suspect. But in South Los Angeles, sheriff's deputies rejoined the chase and then suddenly the suspect was seen waving at pedestrians as the two of shredded tires fell off completely and the suspect was driving it on rims. Eventually, he headed onto the 105 freeway and at last crashed into a guard rail.At this moment, the suspect gave up and held his arms out the window to authorities. Authorities approached him with weapons drawn and were able to physically pull him out the window and take him into custody.
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Поскольку пандемия коронавируса приостановила спортивные события во всем мире, российские бухгалтеры и любители азартных игр сделали ставку на пандемию коронавируса. Крупные спортивные мероприятия, такие как Лига Европы УЕФА и Лига чемпионов, были одними из первых, что было закрыто, поскольку мировые лидеры работали над тем, что бы замедлить распространение вируса с высокой степенью заразности. Россия приостановила все футбольные, хоккейные и баскетбольные игры с 17 марта по 10 апреля. Российские букмекеры, столкнувшись с резким снижением доходов, развел ставки на неспортивных, связанной с прогнозами , таких как вероятность в Covid-19 вакцины, в Москве строгой изоляции или гречневой дефицита в магазинах. По крайней мере два букмекерских сайта, Betcity и PariMatch, создали на своих сайтах новые разделы, посвященные ставкам на события, связанные с коронавирусом. Один букмекер полностью прекратил принимать ставки, пока не возобновятся спортивные турниры. «Матчей нет, поэтому букмекерам нужно было что-то придумать», - сообщил журналист Championat.com Петр Кондаков, освещающий темы ставок. «Мы должны были приспособиться, потому что это не обходится». Раздел ставок на Championat.com, одном из самых популярных русскоязычных спортивных пунктов, теперь заполнен не спортивными прогнозами, включая «Будет ли Pornhub открывать доступ к премиум-подпискам для россиян?» «Будет ли Юрий Дуд снимать фильм о коронавирусе в 2020 году?» и «столкнется ли Россия с нехваткой гречихи и туалетной бумаги?» Анна Апполонова, пресс-секретарь букмекерской конторы Лиги ставок, рассказала, что число ставок на киберспорт также резко возросло с начала кризиса в области здравоохранения. По словам Апполонова, почти 80% игроков Лиги ставок начали делать ставки на виртуальный футбол, что в 8 раз больше, чем в прошлом году. В частности, онлайн-турнир по футболу LaLiga Santander Challenge, в котором приняли участие известные офлайновые спортсмены, выиграл около 23 000 ставок. По словам Апполоновой, единственным офлайновым спортивным событием, вызвавшим всплеск интереса, является Премьер-лига Беларуси, единственный по-прежнему действующий футбольный чемпионат в Европе, где количество ставок на эти матчи выросло в четырнадцать раз по сравнению с прошлым годом. Белорусский футбол в настоящее время считается самой популярной категорией ставок среди всех изученных букмекеров.
Shirdi Sai Trust donated 51 crore rupees to CM Relief Fund to fight against the Corona Virus
Due to the Corona Virus increasing cases in India, people are coming forward to fight against the Corona Virus and helping the needy person. Shirdi Sai Trust has donated Rs 51 crore to CM Relief Fund. Former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has given Rs 25 lakh to the PM and CM Relief Fund.
Due to the Corona virus, country is lockdown for 21 days. People are coming forward to help the needy in different ways. Shirdi Sai Trust has announced assistance of Rs 51 crore. This money is given in CM Relief Fund. On Friday, this information was given by the Institute's Chief Executive Officer Arun Dongre. Sai temple is closed indefinitely due to corona virus and lockdown.
Dongre said that the central and state governments are fully prepared to fight the Corona virus all over the world and the country. Sai Baba Hospital and Sai Prasadalaya, run by the institute, will give food to children from orphanage, old age homes, silent-schools, policemen, bus stand employees and poor people. Apart from this, the Sai Institute has taken the responsibility of sending food packets to the policemen posted in rural parts.
So far, 153 cases of corona virus have been reported in Maharashtra. While 5 people in the state have lost their lives due to this. Former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has given Rs 25 lakh to the PM and CM Relief Fund. Mahendra Singh Dhoni has also taken the responsibility of providing food to more than 100 children in Pune.
Many industrialists of the country have put forth their hands to help in the fight against Coronavirus. Anil Agarwal of Vedanta has said to give 100 crores. At the same time, Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Foundation was asked to increase the production of masks and feed more than one lakh people.
People are now spending more time on smartphones
BARC India and Nielsen both have released a survey report on the changing behavior of public towards TV and Smartphone. Due to the Corona Virus people are at home due to lock down and they are spending more time on watching TV and smartphone.
Due to the Corona virus crisis, people are now spending 6% more time on smartphones and 8% more time watching TV. BARC India and Nielsen jointly released a survey report on the change in behavior of TV and smartphone consumers during the Coronavirus crisis. During the week before the corona virus crisis, the person spent an average of 23 hours 6 minutes on smartphones, which has now increased by 6%. On the rise of the corona virus crisis in the country, people have started spending 25 hours a week on an average.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a 21-day lockdown on 24 March. On this day 19.7 crore people saw and heard him on TV. This was 6.4 million more than the viewership of the IPL final match of 13.3 million. The report states that the Prime Minister's announcement of demonetization on November 8, 2016 was 5.7 crore, the speech of scrapping Article 370 on 8 August 2019, 16.3 crore, the appeal of Janata Curfew of 19 March 2020 was viewed by 19.1 crore people on TV.
Due to Corona virus, people are inside the house. Because of this people have started spending 25% more time on social media. This includes 23% of the time spent on Facebook, 27% on WhatsApp, 25% on Instagram and 20% on Tik-Tok.